17 Nov 2008 Wilmington, NC Window Covering Solutions

As an experienced Window Covering Consultant in the Wilmington, NC area, I have worked with many wonderful people. To top that list, I recently had the opportunity to work with Jim and Troy Kenny of Hagood Homes. In their beautiful Landfall home, Troy and Jim’s expertise, quality, and superior design showed throughout their home.

The beautiful layout of their new home incorporated the use of many windows. As with many of my friends, three issues of concern were Heat, Glare, and Privacy, all of which were successfully resolved. With all of these being equally important and the fact that they didn’t want to give up their view, a combination of Window Coverings and Window Treatments were successfully used to solve these issues, while maintaining Troy’s personal taste.

To handle the heat and glare, a light window shading, commonly known as Window Tint, Window Film or Glass Coating was applied first. In working with the privacy, while maintaining the view, a Bamboo Roller Shade with a Sleek Cassette Headrail or Valance was then installed. This allowed privacy while the roller shade is down, but maintains the view, as the roller shade is neatly hidden when raised. Lastly, in keeping with Troy’s fabulous style, rather than simply covering her windows with traditional 2” Faux Wood blinds, she chose to decorate with Roller Shades, which have become very popular in offering many styles, fabrics, colors, and textures.

As always, it has been nice working with great friends and helping them solve their Window Covering needs.





Chris Torgeson Call 910-790-3630

Window Covering Consultant


Master Bedroom with Roller Shades and Cassette Valance


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